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Pros: Fastest single card out there. Great bench marking and ready for next gen 4K monitors. Playing Titan Fall at over 130 FPS with all eye candy as high as it goes on a 120Hz monitor.
Cons: expensive but you already knew that. Now I don't know about anybody else but I had to reload the bios files on both cards to get a game stable SLI config. Which would make these a poor pick for anybody wanting out of the box performance. Also they dont come with back plates!!!!!! they are classy versions and don't come with back plates!!!!!
Other Thoughts: Got these running 24/7 at 1137 with 1200 boost. Downloaded skyn3t's bios version. Both cards hit 1300-1350 no problem. Got a few benches at 1400 in SLI. Both are liquid cooled using EVGA hydro copper blocks. Dropped an egg for not coming with a stable bios and no back plate.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 6 cores, 12 with HT. Great processing power for demanding programs.
Cons: Not so sure about this 22nm process being any better with overclocking or heat than the 32. Price, but you get what you pay for.
Other Thoughts: Have this on an Asus Black Edition at 4.3 HT on and 1.28 Vcore. Weird because anything over that even with Vcore bumps becomes unstable.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 32 nm, runs on low voltage for a high overclock, runs very cool for speed, and overclocks to the moon with very little coercing. I have had this since day one on an ASUS Rampage IV Formula clocked on all four core's at 4.75Ghz, at 1.4 Vcore. Max temp on custom waterloop is 56C after 3 hours of prime.
Other Thoughts: I really dont think I'm upgrading until next gen of Intels come out. This has been a great CPU and will continue to use until Skylake is realeased.READ FULL REVIEW